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In order to determine this, you will either appear before a judge and give testimony under oath or if you cannot appear in court, you will be required to provide a signed, sworn statement that will be communicated to a judge over the phone.
Read on to learn more about how to get a restraining order in NJ and please contact our office in Collingswood anytime for a free consultation about your specific case.
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In order to get a temporary restraining order in New Jersey, you need to first go to the local court or police department.
If the person violates any of the provisions contained in the temporary restraining order, they can be arrested and charged with a criminal offense known as contempt.
Generally, the hearing for the permanent restraining order must be scheduled within 10 days of the issuance of the TRO.
If you need help obtaining a restraining order in Burlington County or elsewhere in Southern New Jersey, The Law Offices of Leonard Biddison is here for you.